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SmartSDR 1.7 Release Notes

Tim - W4TME
Tim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
edited December 2019 in New Ideas
In preparation for the next release of SmartSDR for Windows, you can now download the SmartSDR for Windows v1.7.30 Release Notes.

Please note that the primary new feature for SmartSDR v1.7 is the initial support for the Maestro Control Console for the FLEX-6000.  

Most of the software changes included in this release are firmware-based updates and modifications required for supporting a new GUI client (SmartSDR for Maestro).  Since the SmartSDR for Maestro software is a new component of the SmartSDR software ecosystem, as is SmartSDR CAT, the radio firmware, and DAX, whenever one component of the ecosystem is released, all of the other components are released as well to keep them synchronized. 

One of the new SmartSDR for Windows features facilitates the ability to use Maestro and SmartSDR for Windows interchangeably without having to upgrade or downgrade the radio firmware. In addition to Maestro support, there are several updates and bug fixes included that are SmartSDR for Windows specific.

A complete listing of all changes will be included in the official SmartSDR for Windows v1.7 release announcement.


  • Jeffrey Kerber, N3VE
    Jeffrey Kerber, N3VE Member ✭✭
    edited September 2018
    Thanks Tim, can't wait for the update and the new hardware!  You and your team are doing a fine job.  73 Jeff N3VE
  • EA4GLI
    EA4GLI Member ✭✭✭
    edited November 2016
    Excellent. Good news to Spain
  • Jay -- N0FB
    Jay -- N0FB Member ✭✭
    edited December 2019
    Please extend my thanks and deep appreciation to everyone at Flex Radio for all the long hours and hard work to get the Maestro and this SSDR release ready. 

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